Mike McCarthy likely won’t be out of a job for long.
The former Packers coach will be drawing much interest from teams without a head coach throughout the league, according to ESPN.com.
However, McCarthy could opt to sit out for the 2019 season if he doesn’t feel that an opportunity is a right fit since he still will be under contract with the Packers.
One big possibility is the Browns, especially since McCarthy already knows Cleveland front office personnel John Dorsey, Alonzo Highsmith and Eliot Wolf from their time at Green Bay.
The Browns fired coach Hue Jackson earlier this season and Gregg Williams has filled in at interim for the rest of the season.
In his 13 seasons at Green Bay, McCarthy posted a 125-77-2 record, which included a Super Bowl win in 2011. However, the Packers have lost three NFC title games under McCarthy, as well.